Spirelli Technique with Stampin’ Up! Supplies


Phew!    I just got in last night from the annual Stampin’ Up! Convention and have so much to share and so many ideas swirling around this head.  Unfortunately, I also have a bit of laundry and grocery shopping to do.   AND—I have no idea how this happened but–My Stamp Lab is a  disaster!!   I think perhaps, just perhaps, I wasn’t as organized as I thought before I left and, well, creativity is messy—-and my stamp lab can prove it!

Today, I have a picture to share with you featuring  the Spirelli technique, which is something I did with my clubs last month.   We didn’t do this exact  card but once you know the technique, you can Spirelli anthing!!!

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  • You can use either scallops or star bursts to do this technique.
  • I love our linen thread but you can also use baker’s twine, embroidery thread, crochet thread, yarn, —anything, really!
  • You can alter the size of the opening in the middle depending on how many notches you choose to skip.  Your first pass of the thread/twine, will determine the opening all the way around.

I actually think I might frame it.  You, too, can make your own home decor by changing out the colors and focal point to match your house.  Give it a try!  This actually doesn’t match my house at all but I feel like it is frame-worthy.

Go forth and Spirelli something today!  Send me a photo.  Would love to see what you create.   Just remember to clean your “lab” afterwards!!

Let me know if you need any more info, would like to join one of my clubs or need  or supplies:

Stamps:  HardwoodPapillion Potpourri

Ink and Paper:  Naturals Ivory, Lost Lagoon, Crumb Cake (to sponge edges )

Other:  Big Shot, Starburst Framelits, Linen Thread, Dimensionals


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